Your event is a direct reflection of your personal style. You're looking for good taste, a special mood, and a unique approach to entertainment. Experience the ultimate balance between Live Musician(s), DJ and Emcee Entertainer. Enter the world of 'A Touch Of Class' Music - an elegant, sophisticated, high-energy, exciting and fun musical vibration.
Barry is an award-winning professional singer, musician, bandleader, & disc jockey/emcee entertainer. He has shared the stage as opening act for nationally known recording artists as Bonnie Raitt, Oleta Adams, Fattburger, Jonathan Butler, Max Groove, Joyce Cooling, Mindi Abair, Slim Man, Matt Dusk and Michael Buble. Barry offers ‘live’ classical guitar (ceremony), 'live' latin guitar/smooth jazz guitar (cocktail hour), ‘live’ pop/jazz vocals (dinner) and DJ dance music (dancing).
We are committed to providing the highest quality of service with our extensive knowledge of music and planning coordination. We know how important it is to play the music you want to hear. We have the experience to help you plan the event and the expertise to assure its success so your guests will have fun and they'll have it in style, elegance and "a touch of class"!
In addition to singing Pop and R&B, Barry (“The Cocktail Crooner”) is also a Jazz Crooner/Singer in the style of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat "King" Cole, Bobby Darin, Harry Connick Jr. and Michael Buble'. He would love to be considered to perform at your venue or special event. He comes in many configurations to accommodate your budget. He can do everything from sing solo along with professional sounding big band backing tracks (goes over very well with events that want the full sound without having to pay for a full Big Band), sing a long with live piano accompaniment, trio, quartet, small big band and or full 17 piece big band.
"Crooner" is an epithet given to a male singer of a certain style of popular songs, dubbed pop standards. Normally backed by a full orchestra or big band, Crooners sing and popularize the songs from the Great American Songbook. (Link)